Following a statement win over then-No. 6 Florida State, the Gators showed no signs of a hangover against a clearly overmatched Kennesaw State team.
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On Monday, UF defeated then-No. 7 Florida State in an 82-72 thriller, it’s biggest win since beating then-No.15 Kentucky on Feb. 9, 2014.
Now four days removed from Florida’s upset win over then-No. 6 Florida State, the credit for the unexpected victory has been shared among many parties.
Following a difficult game on the road, the Florida women’s basketball team will only see things get tougher in its home opener.
UF will open the 2015-16 women’s basketball season hoping to get lucky on Friday the 13th.
After last year’s uninspiring 13-17 record — the worst in Amanda Butler’s tenure as head coach — the UF women’s basketball program needed a change.
In her first year with the Florida women’s basketball program, assistant coach Shimmy Gray-Miller is turning to an unlikely source to inspire her unit of forwards and centers.
With the start of practice now all but gone from the team’s rearview mirror and the start of the regular season still a ways off, the Florida women’s basketball team is doing everything possible to remain focused.
Haley Lorenzen is entering her second season with the Gators, having been named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team last year.
The saying goes that confidence is key, and for UF sophomore guard Dyandria Anderson, that saying holds true.
Considering they only graduated one senior last year, it’s somewhat surprising that the Florida women’s basketball team is expected to rely heavily on young and inexperienced players this year.
When most people hear the words "brick house," they are usually preceded by the words "she’s a" in reference to the 1977 Commodores classic "Brick House", but for the UF women’s basketball team, the words have taken on a whole new meaning.
Thanks to some unusual training methods, any school facing the Florida women’s basketball team this season would be wise to think better of starting a scrap with the Gators.
Amanda Butler isn’t leaving Gainesville anytime soon.
It’s only fitting that the Gators women’s basketball team’s season ended in a 71-49 blowout loss to Auburn in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament on Wednesday.
It was a bittersweet Senior Day for Kayla Lewis.
Anyone who knows Kayla Lewis is aware of the importance she places in her faith.